the Moolnayak idol was recovered from a pond situated next to Sinadari village near Nakornagar, which later on brought & established as the Moolnayak idol in this temple in 1429 by Bhattarak Acharya Shri Uday Surishwarji. And from this day onwards this teerth place became famous as Nakoda teerth. The miraculous deity of this place, Shree Bhairavji Maharaj was ceremoniously installed here in samvat 1511 by Acharya Kirtiratna Suri. This pilgrimage continuously prospered after the installation of Nakoda Bhairav. The miracles of this place found abode in the minds of the people. The devotees poured in from various places of the country and abroad. From time to time the pilgrimage has been restored and salvaged too.
Till the seventeenth century, Jains were in majority in this pilgrimage, but later on, the residents of this place went to other villages and towns nearby and settled there.
HOW TO REACH
It is among the hills in the distant forest at a distance of 13 kilometers from Balotra. The nearest railway station is Jodhpur-Samadari-Barmer section of North Western Railway and is at a distance of 12 kilometers from this temple. Bus service, and private vehicles are available from all major jain temples and cities.The temple has excellent lodging facilities. The other important town nearby is Jasol at distance of 5 km. There are regular buses from Jalore, Bhinmal, Sirohi, Jodhpur, Balotra, Barmer , Udaipur and Jaisalmer to Nakoda.
Nearest airport is Jodhpur 110 Kms
Nearest Railway Station is Balotra 13 kms
Some important train connections are:
4808 Barmer Express (Barmer – Jodhpur)
4898 Barmer Express (Barmer – Jodhpur)
Jodhpur :110 kms
Barmer :110 kms
Balotra :13 kms
Dist : Barmer,
State : Rajathan,
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